NOVEMBER 26, 2020 - COVID-19 Update - Learn More

We are experiencing high call volumes and longer than normal wait times due to COVID-19. Skip the wait and check your order status online.

We are Committed to You, Our Customers

While all of us; our customers, our families and our loved ones, navigate the day by day changes that sweep the daily news regarding Covid-19, we want to assure you that we are open and adhering to all guidelines and best practices set by the CDC and with our local government.

Our Design Experts and Customer Service associates are prepared, knowledgeable and fully able to work remotely and carry out the same remarkable product guidance and service you've known for years.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I order Samples?

We are now able to fulfill a limited selection of free sample requests and plan to expand this assortment as soon as we can. You can view sample availability on each product page. In order to ensure the safety of our employees, we have reduced the number of people allowed in our warehouse to guarantee appropriate social distancing. This may mean that you may experience slower delivery than normal, and we appreciate your patience.

If you would like help, have questions, or even have pics of your space, our design experts can totally work with that.

Will Product Orders be Delayed?

We are closely communicating with all of our providers and facilities to provide our customers the most up-to-date information on all of our window treatments. You can look at your product's page to get an estimate of current production times (as you normally would).

Our Commitment to Safety

We are in this together and we take the health and safety of our employees and our customers seriously. With that, we will let you know that in following the directive of our local government, we are complying with a Stay Home — Work Safe order as well as with best practices provided by the CDC. To accomplish this, we are working safely and remotely to get you decorating advice, step-by-step measuring and installation instructions and assistance with orders.

Bedroom Window Treatments

Gray bedroom with a large bed, two large windows with decorative foliage roller shades and a black media console centered under the windows.

When considering bedroom window treatments, shades are a very popular style. Shades are fabric window treatments that are available in wide variety of materials depending on your style. With a vast array of colors and patterns, as well as the versatility of control and light blocking options it's easy to see why shades are top of mind in bedroom decorating ideas. Roman shades can pull a space together, when you coordinate with bedding and accent pillows. Cellular shades, available in a range of colors, and the blackout option is best for those who want a "cave-like" darkness. They are also available with an option for blackout and light filtering fabrics all in one shade.

Blinds are more "function over fashion" when it comes to bedroom design. Their slatted style is ideal for early risers who don't mind a bit of light seeping in when the slats are closed. Layering with drapes will allow night owls a bit of relief in the early morning, as well as give an added layer of dimension to the bedroom design.

Available in both light filtering and room darkening fabrics, roller shades have a functional simplicity and classic look. Express your style through a wide range of fabric styles, colors and patterns, and layer with custom drapes to achieve a designer feel and control the "halo" of light around blackout roller shades.

Natural woven wood shades incorporate premium textured fabrics and organic materials bringing the beauty of nature right into your home. Control the amount of light by choosing a liner that can filter light or darken your room.

When designing window treatments for a child's room or nursery, products without accessible cords should be first and foremost for child safety. Exposed cords could pose a strangulation hazard to small children and infants. Shutters, cordless roller shades and cellular shades are a few preferred options for bedroom window treatments.